Hawaii Halloween Big Island Travel Family Adventure

Hawaii Halloween Big Island Travel Family Adventure

Written by and @ Copyright Ej Sanders 2019

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Bringing your family to Hawai’i Island for Halloween I can answer these basic questions.

  1. What Waikoloa Resort area offers annually?

  2. Which subdivisions you can take your kids to because those are the most popular spots with easiest access?

  3. Best Halloween store on the island?

  4. Transforming Optimus Prime DIY Costume FREE click here.



Easy enough parent project. Check it out. Click through to direct DIY inspiration instructions.

Easy enough parent project. Check it out. Click through to direct DIY inspiration instructions.

Waikoloa Resort area: what to do

 

Queens’ Marketplace

click on the link above for Queens’ Marketplace

Click here for the direct Halloween flier

  1. Click here for their direct link and make sure to sign up for their monthly emails especially if you’re an annual malihini.

  2. They have a costume contest for the kids.

  3. Give out FREE popcorn and cotton candy.

  4. Every store gives FREE candy or, look to see if they’re participating by a sticker in the window; 80% do better odds than houses.

  5. There are many stores who don’t only give out candy but ‘teeth’ friendly foods, too. We’ve even received toothbrushes before, but mostly, the usual goodies.

  6. Early and convenient. We usually get there by 5pm and watch the sunset. Sunsetting fall colors over the horizon illuminate the mountains; be sure to look.

  7. Make reservations early for dinner at the restaurants there. Check the website linked for restaurants.

  8. If you’re going to the food court, please expect an extra wait time or, call the order in. Be prepared to stand in line to wait to pick it up either way. That being said, I always order first and proceed to the latter.

  9. Plenty of parking, don’t worry about that.

Kings’ Shops

click on the link above for Kings’ Shops

Click here for their direct calendar

  • Click here for their direct link and make sure to sign up for their monthly emails especially if you’re an annual malihini.

  • They have a costume contest for the kids.

  • Give out FREE popcorn and cotton candy.

  • Every store gives FREE candy or look to see if they’re participating by a sticker in the window.

  • Early and convenient. We usually get there by 5pm and watch the sunset. Sunsetting fall colors over the horizon illuminate the mountains; be sure to look.

  • Make reservations early for dinner at the restaurants there. Check the website linked for restaurants.

  • Plenty of parking, don’t worry.


The following advice is to be regarded with the utmost respect. We realize not too many tourists have kids who want to trick or treat amidst locals but for the handful who do this is where to respectfully go. Remember to say, “Mahalo,”

CLOSEST FAMILY FRIENDLY SUBDIVISON

WAIKOLOA VILLAGE

  • NOT SO HOT

  • LEVEL GROUND

  • ALWAYS SAY, '‘MAHALO”


 

Waimea(Kamuela) subdivision

 

  • Luala’i click here: goes till at least an hour after sunset.

  • Please be respectful of home owner lawns. Since you’re new to the area, then park, walk in with your kids. Follow the stream of community. It’ll be obvious.

  • Be courteous and on top of TRICK OR TREAT say, Mahalo Aunty or, Uncle in respect of Hawaiian islander ways.


Kailua- Kona subdivision

 
  • 30 minute drive from Waikoloa Resort area

  • 1 hour drive from Waikoloa Resort area

  • ‘hilly’, be preapared for an ascent as this subdivision is situated on a hill




Kailua- Kona Lako Street subdivision

 
  • Definitely heart of Kona town; can’t go wrong


Best Halloween Store On The Island

-isssssssssss, drum roll please…………….

  • located in Kamuela near to KTA grocery store.

 

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please do not go unless you’re RESPECTFUL, GENUINE and wonderful people; no nonsense allowed.